Ubisoft plans to introduce rage quite penalties to For Honor in an upcoming patch, finally doling out punishments to those who leave a match prematurely.
In a press release, Ubisoft announces For Honor Season 2 expansion Shadow and Might, which adds two new character classes, epic gear, new maps, and more starting May 16.
For Honor receives new changes in the way of increased Steel gain, balance changes, and stability fixes, as Ubisoft attempts to prevent the upcoming boycott.
For Honor character Peacekeeper gets a ban from MLG tournaments after fans complain that she is too overpowered and lets players just spam light attacks.
Unhappy players stage a mass protest against For Honor’s microtransactions urging the playerbase not to spend money on the in-game payments until Ubisoft makes a change.
Gamers have crunched the numbers to determine exactly how much it would cost in real-world dollars to purchase everything in Ubisoft’s For Honor – totalling over $700.
A rather observant fan of Ubisoft’s hack-and-slash title For Honor discovers the ability to use the ‘Flip Out’ emote in the game to dodge incoming attacks.
Ubisoft’s vikings vs. samurai vs knights fighting game IP For Honor takes the top spot for game sales in February 2017, unseating January’s king, Resident Evil 7.
Video game publisher and developer Ubisoft cracks down on AFK farmers in For Honor by issuing bans to thousands of players in the hack-and-slash title.
The latest medieval melee game For Honor receives some hefty balance changes, PC-exclusive fixes, and character tweaks that may alter how gamers play them.
After a successful launch, Ubisoft’s For Honor has struggled to retain players in recent weeks, with the game’s numbers on Steam dropping by more than 50 percent.
For Honor patch 1.03, which up to now was only available for the PC edition of the game, is now available for the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game.
A fan of Ubisoft’s hack and slash fighting game, For Honor, leaks the first potential look at the title’s first two DLC heroes on the game’s official subreddit.
After a series of server outage impacted the online community of For Honor this past weekend, Ubisoft issues an apology and offers free gifts to players who log in this weekend.
For Honor is set to receive a major update on PC that will adjust many of the heroes in the game as well as make general improvements, but those on console will have to wait.
For Honor players continue to claim they have been incorrectly banned while playing the game, citing issues with Ubisoft’s use of the EasyAntiCheat system.
According to a recent post on the game’s forums, For Honor is getting a patch today which should help fix some of the issues that players been having with the title.